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Beijing's Pollution

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Glenn Cades Colada's insight:

Beijing's pollution.

 

This is very interesting because it comes to show how humans have evolved and how they don't really care about the Earth's atmosphere.

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Joseph Thacker 's curator insight, April 15, 1:27 PM

This picture displays two sides of China. One side that shows it has modern and advanced metropolitan cities, which have the capability to host Olympic games. On the other side are industrial cities that shows little concern for their workers and the environment, as they produce many cheap products for countries such as the United States. Unfortunately, this is reality, many people want cheap products, but do not want to live near the areas that produce them. 

Jessica Rieman's curator insight, April 23, 2:18 PM

Beijing's Pollution is depicted throug this picture which shows that the factory is the equivalent of the "yello brik road" in this instance because it is where everything happens and where all the work is done and then the city landscape is depicted as cold in the dark grey scale. It depicts not only the spacial regognition but the actual, socitetal views on each place in relation to eachother.

Tracy Galvin's curator insight, May 3, 4:52 PM

It is a beautiful image until you read what it is actually depicting. It is very sad that a nation would choose money over the health of their citizens.

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Geography loses as HSC students map their futures - Sydney Morning Herald

Geography loses as HSC students map their futures - Sydney Morning Herald | My inspiration | Scoop.it
Geography loses as HSC students map their futures
Sydney Morning Herald
Yet, despite a 15 per cent growth in the overall student body, enrolments in higher level maths and science subjects are either declining or plateauing.

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This is very interesting because Geography is not a very popular subject anymore starting from the year 2003 - 2013.

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Think Cyber 2014 -- Israel at the forefront of Cyber Technology

The accelerating cyber revolution of recent years altered the world we live in, with ever changing threats and opportunities flowing between the physical domain we were born to and the virtual...
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Israel has been advancing n technology and created a special organization to protect cyberspace. If there are hackers they can detect hackers and bring them  to justice.

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Beijing's Pollution

Beijing's Pollution | My inspiration | Scoop.it

Via Seth Dixon, Carolyn Sinclair
Glenn Cades Colada's insight:

Beijing's pollution.

 

This is very interesting because it comes to show how humans have evolved and how they don't really care about the Earth's atmosphere.

more...
Joseph Thacker 's curator insight, April 15, 1:27 PM

This picture displays two sides of China. One side that shows it has modern and advanced metropolitan cities, which have the capability to host Olympic games. On the other side are industrial cities that shows little concern for their workers and the environment, as they produce many cheap products for countries such as the United States. Unfortunately, this is reality, many people want cheap products, but do not want to live near the areas that produce them. 

Jessica Rieman's curator insight, April 23, 2:18 PM

Beijing's Pollution is depicted throug this picture which shows that the factory is the equivalent of the "yello brik road" in this instance because it is where everything happens and where all the work is done and then the city landscape is depicted as cold in the dark grey scale. It depicts not only the spacial regognition but the actual, socitetal views on each place in relation to eachother.

Tracy Galvin's curator insight, May 3, 4:52 PM

It is a beautiful image until you read what it is actually depicting. It is very sad that a nation would choose money over the health of their citizens.